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  • Computer Power User Article - AOpen XC Cube AV EA65-II
    AOpen XC Cube AV EA65-II January 2005 Vol.5 Issue 1 Page(s) 21 in print issue Add To My Personal Library AOpen XC Cube AV EA65-II Intel 865G/ICH5 chipset, 128-bit DDR memory bus, up to 3.4GHz Prescott processor support, 1 AGP 8X slot, 1 PCI slot, GbE, optional TV card, 4 USB 2.0, 3 FireWire, 275W
  • CompactFlash
    CompactFlash® is a very small removable mass storage PC Card. SanDisk Corporation introduced it in 1994. CF™ cards weigh a half-ounce and are the size of a matchbook, with a thickness that is less than one-half of a current PCMCIA Type II card. It is actually one-fourth the volume of a PCMCIA card
  • Smart Computing Article - From The Photo Files
    , MS, and SD cards. We used a SanDisk CF Type I/II ImageMate USB reader ($19.99; ) to transfer photos from Canon s PowerShot G5. This card reader supports Hi-Speed USB (or USB 2.0). Our computer s ports support Hi-Speed USB, but because the technology is backward-compatible, the card reader would
  • Computer Power User Article - What's Happening
    GTX video cards running at a full x16 in SLI array. Even 8GB of 667MHz DDR2 memory is available. And because some gamers don t know the meaning of the word , they can configure the XPS 600 with three 500GB SATA II drives in a RAID configuration for a full 1.5TB of space. This rig also promises 150%
  • Computer Power User Article - Swappin' Parts
    We're living in a material world, and CINDI is a material girl. She's living proof of the healing power of a credit card. A year of retail therapy has done our beloved project PC no end of good. She was once a lowly, used eMachine etower 600is, tragically overpriced and languishing on a Computer
  • Smart Computing Article - Create A Hybrid Network
    adapters. External adapters come in USB and PC Card (Type II) formats, and internal adapters come in the form of PCI (Peripheral

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